Earth Science Helped Make Frankenstein Frightening

Earth Science Helped Make Frankenstein Frightening

 

The year that Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, 1816, is called the Year Without a Summer because the aerosols in the atmosphere caused temporary cooling worldwide. There were many impacts of this event. Crops failed, people went hungry, and many people migrated to find better conditions. Learn more about the science at the links below.

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